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Assange Says Wikileaks Film is "Overwhelmingly Negative" and Based on a "Deceitful Book"

Even if he could, it's unlikely Julian Assange would want to watch Wikileaks dramatisation The Fifth Estate at the cinema this weekend, with an open letter from the Wikileaks man suggesting the film's a "toxic" creation that portrays everyone involved in a bad light. Read More >>

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Simon Pegg Mocks Trek Actors With "Neutron Cream" Gag

Due to the possible health implications of dealing with the "lasers" used on the film set of the new Star Trek film, our boy Simon Pegg decided to invent a product called Neutron Cream and convinced the crew, including posho Benedict Cumberbatch, to cream up. Read More >>

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The Fifth Estate Trailer: Benedict Cumberbatch Is Just Julian Assange, Isn't He?

DreamWorks has been working on its WikiLeaks film, The Fifth Estate, for a while now — and this trailer reveals that Benedict Cumberbatch plays a hugely convincing Julian Assange. Read More >>

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Something Tells Me All These Red Shirts Are Going to Die

Some more Star Trek: Into Darkness images have popped up, with one showing Benedict Cumberbatch surrounded by expendable red shirts. Don't they know nameless red shirts never make it? I mean, it's always crewman number 5 who bites it first. Read More >>

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Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange Is Just Plain Creepy

What you're looking at here is the first official still released from the Wikileaks movie, The Fifth Estate, with Sherlock himself portraying the embassy camper. There's quite the resemblance to a younger Assange here. He certainly looks creepy enough. Read More >>

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Even From Behind Glass, Cumberbatch Somehow Looks Menacing in Star Trek Into Darkness

Paramount's trickling out tiny teasers to keep our interest piqued, first a poster, then that awesome trailer, and now Benedict Cumberbatch locked up in the brig. Something tells me, by the menacing distain for Kirk written across his face, he's not going to stay there for very long. Read More >>

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Benedict Cumberbatch Blagged Star Trek Role With Self-Shot iPhone Audition

Alien-esque Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch managed to persuade JJ Abrams to give him the Star Trek baddie role, not by auditioning, but by cobbling together his own pitch on an iPhone. Read More >>

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